Creve Coeur passes anti LGBT discrimination legislation - KMOV.com

Creve Coeur passes anti LGBT discrimination legislation

CREVE COEUR, Mo (KMOV.com) -- Monday evening, the Creve Coeur City Council unanimously passed an ordinance that includes nondiscrimination protections for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community in employment, housing, and public accommodations.

Creve Coeur will join Saint Louis City, Kansas City, Columbia, Jackson County, University City, Olivette, Clayton and Richmond Heights, who have fully inclusive protections for sexual orientation and gender identity. “Just as our nation and state leaders must continuously re-evaluate antiquated policies or develop new policies where none existed, so it is for the City of Creve Coeur with this ordinance. The community and city employees can be proud their leadership has taken a proactive and cohesive stance in protecting and preserving the rights of all of the people who live and work in Creve Coeur”, said Councilwoman Beth Kistner.

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